Foamsulate™ ProductsWe are proud to offer Foamsulate™ products at Quality Spray Foam. These products offer superior insulation qualities as compared to fiberglass, cellulose, and other types of traditional insulation. Our technicians, Michael Grace and Chad Crane, have been fully trained in high-pressure SPF application and safety training, and the product is guaranteed by the manufacturer. Our work is guaranteed by Quality Spray Foam.
Why Spray Foam Works So WellIf you are considering spray foam as an option for your new or existing construction, there are some important items to consider:
Air ControlEnergy-efficient interiors are interiors where air movement is controlled. Heat transfer occurs when air can permeate the envelope of the building through walls, roof, or windows. The more heat transfer, the less energy-efficient your building is. Foamsulate™ is an advanced insulation system, expanding to fill cracks, crevices, gaps, and voids to form a superior thermal envelope around your structure.
R-ValueR-value is the degree to which a material reduces or prevents conduction of heat through direct contact. The high R-value of spray foam insulation such as Foamsulate™ combined with the high control of air flow creates a superior thermal envelope.
Reduce Heating and Cooling CostsFoamsulate™ products greatly reduce the need for turning on your heater or air conditioner. You can expect a long-term energy cost savings of 40% or more.
Foamsulate™ 50Foamsulate™ 50 is an open cell spray foam insulation. It can be used in interiors in residential, commercial, or industrial spaces. It is sprayed into exterior walls, vented and unvented attic assemblies, between floors, in cathedral ceilings, etc.
According to the manufacturer, both Foamsulate™ 50 and Foamsulate™ 210 are “a two component, one to one by volume spray applied polyurethane foam. To produce FOAMSULATE™ 50 *and FOAMSULATE™ 210+, it requires the use of an “A” component (ISO) and a blended “B” component (RESIN) which contains ZERO Ozone Depleting blowing agents, catalysts, polyols and fire retarding materials.”